Cytoplasmic fate of messenger RNA Author: Prof.Dr. Philippe Jeanteur Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-642-64420-7 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-60471-3 Table of Contents: TOP Genes: A Translationally Controlled Class of Genes Including Those Coding for Ribosomal Proteins RNase L: Effector Nuclease of an Activatable RNA Degradation System in Mammals 3´ Untranslated Regions of c-myc and c-fos mRNAs: Multifunctional Elements Regulating mRNA Translation, Degradation and Subcellular... Topics: Messenger RNA, Cytoplasm, RNA, Messenger, Boodschapper-RNA, Cytoplasma, Messenger RNA,...
RNA Trafficking and Nuclear Structure Dynamics Author: Professor Dr. Philippe Jeanteur Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-74265-4 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-540-74266-1 Table of Contents: Nuclear Organisation and Subnuclear Bodies Searching for Active Ribosomal Genes Toxic RNA in the Nucleus: Unstable Microsatellite Expression in Neuromuscular Disease Assembly and Traffic of Small Nuclear RNPs Intranuclear Pre-mRNA Trafficking in an Insect Model System Photobleaching Microscopy... Topics: RNA, Cell nuclei
Directed by Gabriel Weiss. One of the strangest, fun, and perhaps most unforgettable films in the science genre was this, produced by University of California at San Diego chemistry professor Kent Wilson, and choreographed by Weiss’ future wife and 1969 America’s Junior Miss, Jackie Benington. After a short description of the interaction between “stars” 30s Ribosome, mRNA, and Initiator Factor One by Stanford’s Nobel Prize-winning Paul Berg, the camera moves to an open field at... Topics: protein, DNA, RNA
More Info available at @ https://goo.gl/cFIqHm The Market Reports offers ‘ RNA Interference Screening Trends 2014 ’ Research Report in its store. Topics: RNA Interference Screening Trends 2014, RNA Interference Screening Forecast 2018, Global RNA...
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Catalytic RNA Author: Professor Dr. Fritz Eckstein, Professor David M. J. Lilley Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg ISBN: 978-3-540-62679-4 DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-61202-2 Table of Contents: Group I Ribozymes: Substrate Recognition, Catalytic Strategies, and Comparative Mechanistic Analysis Dynamics of a Group I Ribozyme Detected by Spectroscopic Methods The Structure of Group I Ribozymes Interaction of Aminoglycoside Antibiotics with RNA Catalytic Reaction Mechanisms and Structural... Topics: Catalytic RNA, Ribozymes, Catalytic RNA, Ribozymes, Ribozymes, Acides nucléiques, Ribozym,...
Post transcriptional gene silencing (PTGS) using RNA interference plays an important role against the regulation of parasitic genes. Intensive research during the last few decades on technologies using various interfering RNA molecule to ablate the genes has contributed to new paradigm in the diagnosis and treatment of cancer. It is a promising strategy to inhibit the expression of pathologically relevant genes. PTGS can be mediated either by short or small nuclear RNA (SnRNA) or by micro RNA... Topics: Micro RNA, Small Nuclear RNA, Gene Therapy, Gene Silencing, Tumor Suppressor Genes, Oncogenes
RNA structure is an important field of study. Prediction structure can overcome many of the issues with physical structure determination. For several decades, free energy minimization has been the most popular method for prediction from a single sequence. It is based on a set of empirical free energy change parameters derived from experiments using a nearest-neighbor model. Accurate prediction of RNA secondary structure from the base sequence is an unsolved computational challenge. The accuracy... Topics: RNA Folding, RNA Secondary Structure, Computational Biology, Stochastic Context-Free Grammars...
Two distinguishable monomer pairs, with specific H-bonds between alcohol and ketone groups, were identified in the replicative-form of poly(ribulose-1,5-diphosphate). This provides a mechanism for generating the complementary sequence of the binary sequence of a surface-bound template. Since ribulose-5-phosphate cyclization produces ribose-5-phosphate in the RNA scaffold, polypentose replication is an apparent antecedent of RNA replication. Topics: pre-RNA replication, H-bonded pentose-pairs, aperiodic binary sequences
Blackgram (Vigna mungo (L.) hepper), is one of the important pulse crops in the world especially in India, it is cultivated both in Kharif and Rabi seasons under semi irrigated and dry land conditions, where the drought stress is a major problem. Plants adapt alternate pathways for their existence during the periods of stress, especially at flowering and pod filling stages. It is evident that resistance or sensitivity to the stress depends on species, genotypes and even developmental stages and... Topics: Lithium Chloride, RNA, Drought Stress and DEPC, RT-PCR
Non-coding RNA and hand puppets Control another person's hand by Ian Woolf, Leonard Lipovich explains non-coding RNA, ENCODE and CHARGE, Production checked by Charles Willock, Hosted and produced by Ian Woolf Topics: science, Diffusion, EEG, TMS, puppet, telepathy, RNA, ENCODE, CHARGE, biology
Primate RNA and pocket communicators More sex linked to less prostate cancer, Mind-controlled genetically engineered implant for mice by Ian Woolf, Leonard Lipovich talks about Primate RNA and evolution, Roche Mathews talks about CreateUNSW, Shane Morris talks about pocket satellite communicators. Production checked by Charles Willock, Produced and hosted by Ian Woolf. Topics: science, Diffusion, primate, RNA, EEG, optogenetic, GPS, satellite, maker
Autobiography of a Madman Can something random create anything more than chaos? If it managed to create something wonderful, would you trust it with your destiny? Your genome is the all-important blueprint for everything you are and will be. Scientists are just now beginning to understand the depth of intricacies in how DNA is encoded, and we assume there is a genius coder behind every genius code. This episode of Spooky Science Theatre examines the forces that led to the wonders of the genome. Topics: genetics, probability, Urey Miller Experiment, DNA, RNA, science
Amino acids from the same synthesis family are conveyed by related tRNA, cognate with nearest-neighbor codons, within a contiguous region of the genetic code, termed a domain. Its domain structure links genetic code formation with the growth of nascent tRNA-dependent amino acid synthesis pathways. Path-identity elements in these cofactor/adaptor tRNA molecules furnish a pre-synthetase RNA based mechanism for specifically pairing amino acids and their codons. Topics: genetic code domains, adaptor/cofactor tRNA, RNA code, protein origin